KLM

The world’s oldest airline turns 101

As KLM continues its journey into its second century of operations, Key Aero takes a decade by decade look at the Dutch flag carrier's key milestones

KLM’s Flying-V Model Makes Maiden Flight

Scale model of Dutch flag carrier’s Flying-V project takes to the skies for the first time following a series of extensive wind tunnel and ground tests

London City’s Most Popular Route Set to Return

The busiest route at London City Airport is set to make comeback as KLM revealed they are to resume flying from the gateway to Amsterdam/Schiphol from July 13.

Schiphol Trials ‘TaxiBot’ Semi-Robotic Taxiing System

One of Europe’s busiest airports has used the slowdown in traffic caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to test out a new way of getting aircraft from the gate to the runway. TaxiBot, which has been developed by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), is a pilot-controlled tow vehicle that allows the aircraft’s engines to remain turned off during the taxi, consequently producing fuel savings.

DH9B replica completed at Aviodrome

The centenary of Dutch flag-carrier KLM was celebrated at the Aviodrome, Lelystad

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KLM: Future in Focus

To mark the airline’s centenary, KLM CEO Pieter Elbers visited...

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KLM Returns to London City

KLM HAS resumed flights between Amsterdam/Schiphol and London...